Indian entries bagged 15 metals at Adfest 2015, winners of which were announced in Pattaya on 20 March.
J. Walter Thompson bagged the only Gold of the night for Indian work. Its entry 'Make Every Yard Count' for Nike was awarded in the Interactive Lotus competition.
Nine Indian entries won a metal in this category.
Ramesh Deo Productions won a Silver and two Bronze awards for 'I am Mumbai', for client Mumbai Mirror. For the same piece of work, Taproot India bagged a Silver.
There was another Silver for India in Film Craft. OffRoad films bagged the metal for 'Dear Dad', HDFC Debt Fund for Cancer Cure Fund.
McCann WorldGroup India also bagged a Bronze. The win was for the entry 'It All Starts With Nescafe'.
J. Walter Thompson bagged two Silvers. One was for Nike 'Make Every Yard Count', while the other was for Rotary India Initiatives.
Creativeland Asia's 'Internet Baby' for MTS Internet, also bagged a Bronze Lotus.
There were two Bronze wins for India in this category. Both the wins were for DDB Mudra's campaign 'Health Cha Shree Ganesh' for Nutralite.
McCann Worldgroup bagged India’s only Bronze in OOH for its entry ‘Sofa/Puddle/Basement’ for client Dish TV.
McCann Worldgroup India bagged two Bronze awards in this category, one each for work on Dish TV and Big Babol.
There were no winners from India in the Design, Print Craft and Mobile Lotus categories.
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